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county specifically in area in green around petaluma that is for penngrove stream which is overflowing its banks. we did get a little break light to moderate rain back in the area going to funnel into the stream and keep it at its bank full if not spilling out a little that's the key to the forecast, heaviest of the rain east bay the heart of the bay into the south bay still going to have waves of showers after this system winds gusting to 43 at sfo, only napa up around 30 everybody else starting to drop down fastest of the winds are starting to subside hopefully that means no more power outages. >>> major delays bay bridge upper deck, power out there, this is metering lights they will not be turned on this morning because of this power outage, traffic very, very slow upper deck. behind the toll looks like here not such a bad delay, once you get past the tolls on the upper deck, bumper-to-bumper, high winds there, wet and extra caution this morning. finally westbound 580 earlier big rig accident at dublin interchange cleared, damage is done, very slow from the altamont pass. newark bou
with meteorologist mike nicco. >>> the big story now is the flooding takes place in petaluma due to penngrove stream exceeding its banks green goes from old adobe road down to 101 out to 116 that's where we are having the flooding. please be careful if you live near penngrove stream it is exit banks. strongest radar return around bodega avenue and skillman lane where they come together going to slide across the heart of petaluma over the next five to 10 minutes and keep adding to the rainfall. the good news is as we look back up stream to the authority and west not seeing solid line of heavier rain, cold front moving through petaluma that's why you are getting lighter to moderate rain now. ahead of it you can see a nice swath of moderate rain moving through the bay area that's why we are getting ponding on the roads now and the winds are fastest now. we'll have our heaviest winds and our fastest winds and heaviest rain now still have waves of showers throughout the afternoon. >>> very treacherous driving conditions. slow it down and use extra caution. video from earlier this morning of really heavy
in petaluma now you could have flash flooding from old adobe road, down as you head towards 116. flash flood warning which means, it is about to happen or is occurring. this is going to hang around almost two hours. here's a look at radar, moderate rain moving through right now. the accumulating effect that we have now the ground is so saturated everything is running off, streams starting to fill up, so are creeks. move of that is just road flooding now the streams and creeks will start spilling their barns later into the storm during the morning hours, possibly again sunday when when that secondary push. fastest wind gusts sfo, 54 miles per hour most of us in the 30 to 35 mile per hour range. fastest winds heaviest rain now through noon more scattered into the afternoon and evening. >>> very busy morning already with high winds, heavy rain at times both hands-on the steering wheel, dangerous conditions out there at this hour. right now bay bridge wet, rain coming down, light traffic, high winds on the span treacherous driving conditions three "sig alert"s, first westbound 580 at 680 big rig
waze app looking at 101 southbound and northbound through petaluma moderate to heavy southbound very thick fog if you are leaving rohnert park towards petaluma fog is going to be a problem most of the north bay, take extra time and use those low beams download this free app, the waze app on the app store or google play and maneuver through your commute this morning. >>> choosing to work over taking vacation. >>> is the iphone 5 on your christmas list? the $1,000 discount one carrier is offering -- the $100 discount one carrier is aeufrg customers. >>> good morning. here's our airport delays, san francisco and oakland with an 8th mile visibility at sfo and a quarter of a nile oakland. check with your carrier all of the north bay less than a quarter of a mile and the best conditions now are over into the east bay concord and livermore, grab the jacket, chilly start, plenty 40s, even 30s, 52 san francisco, following lifts by 8:00, 9:00 hour, then looking at hazy sun and dry, sunny mild afternoon ahead. >>> 6:25. what's trending on twitter now in the bay area: cyber monday, amazon as we'
much, stephanie. >>> let's check in with jean elle, live in petaluma, to show how people will prepare for the storms. >> reporter: people here in the north bay are used to getting a lot of rain. and they take warnings about flooding seriously. look at this building. it is lined with plastic and sandbags. lots of people here in petaluma aren't taking any chances. street flooding makes for slower driving in petaluma. say they the rain's not slowing up. >> people are crazy. i try to avoid going downtown when it's raining. >> reporter: but julie made it to work. with the petaluma river so close and several inches of rain expected, the restaurant owners aren't taking any chances. >> the city of petaluma or petaluma police department offers them. so, might as well take precautions. >> reporter: cities and counties all over the bay area are watching rising rivers and creeks. >> certainly, if there's a lot of rain between now and the fourth storm that come throughs, that could be a concern. >> reporter: some are out enjoying the storms. rusty is preparing for the worst, at a sandbag station i
. there is a flash flood warning in sonoma and that includes the city of petaluma. in petaluma the fire department has been offering sandbags at the north end of hopper street at lakeville street. >> the city has tons of plans in place and resources available to them both state and federal. i think they are well prepared. they are watching it probably more so than half the citizens here. >> flooding from the petaluma river did $28 million worth of damage back in 1982. since then, the city has spent $40 million on flood control projects and we hope they are okay because like said, flash flood warning in sonoma including the city of petaluma. >>> we would like to see your storm photos or video. you can tweet, facebook us or email all of your photos or videos to mornings@cbs5.com. remember, you can get live hi- def doppler for your neighborhood anytime, cbssf.com/weather. >>> it is 4:37. it's not weather that kept planes grounded in southern california. it's the lights. a number of flights scheduled to leave bob hope airport were canceled after mechanical failure knocked out the lights on one of the
of the storm. >> hi, dan. as you can see now, it's clear i am in petaluma here this is where folks are coming to pick up sand bags. at this point, forecasters are saying they can get 10 inches of rain in higher elevations here in sonoma county. folks are getting ready for what is still to come. in northern marin, heavy rain swept through the morning was screwviewed as a sign of things still to come. in novato there was a run as first system approached. >> last couple days everybody has been preparing themselves between tarps and plastic and stuff like that. patio furniture, wood. stuff like that. it's been chaotic. >> in snonla county rain cells left water standing in places that are usual trouble spots this time of the year. here along old redwood highway near petaluma. there is concern about clogging storm drains but no serious problems. still with, more systems lined up off the coast, some thought it was a good time to prepare for what could happen when the next heavy rains roll in. >> this is a good time to get bags. we'll set them up tonight, tomorrow sometime. >> and again, you can see
in petaluma. a business that has flooded twice in eight years. >> it all starts to pool and goes under the doors and mud comes through and the floors are covered. sometimes a couple feet. >> with two more wet systems poised to move in over the next three days they are not taking any chances. with a forklift. >> sandbags and plastic they are hoping they can keep their high-tech equipment high and dry. >> bay bridge garage also has sandbags at the ready. hoping to avoid the kind of flooding they saw here in 1998 when water made it inside the building. the issue here is petaluma river which can overflow at high tide. >> once the water comes over the ledge and starts to seep into the office and gets under the doors then we'll probably have a problem. >> this is just a small example of what they are doing here around this entire building. it's a lot of trouble and expensive but they say they can't afford to have their expensive high-tech equipment ruined again. tonight at 6:00 we'll show you another lows in petaluma. a chronic flooding area at mobile home park where they are also taking pre
now. cbs 5 reporter elizabeth cook is in petaluma. >> reporter: hi, dana. the rain has been pretty steady throughout the night. just recently it tapered off a little bit. but as you can see, it's still definitely coming down. this is why this area is so vulnerable. all of the storm water, they all throw straight into the petaluma river, right behind me. and this river runs straight through the center of town. a soggy thursday evening for people who live in petaluma. much like the slow-moving storm, the rain slowly got stronger as the night went on. with nearly a foot of rain expected in the next several days, these businesses set up sandbags. many of them have been flooded before and they weren't taking any chances. the city is no stranger to massive floods. the worst was back in 1982, causing $28 million in damage. since then, they've invested nearly $40 million into the river flood control project, replacing road and railroad bridges, installing flood walls and pump stations. keith has been in the coast guard for ten years and was deployed to the gulf for hurricanes katrina and i
marzullo in petaluma that was under a flash flood warning for hours. >> reporter: this morning there was. this is willowbrook creek, two things, one how hard the rain is coming down and how high the water is flowing in this creek. if you want to know what it normally looks like here you have to ask someone who saw it just yesterday. >> from yesterday 4 1/2 feet, yesterday we were seeing ground, grass and puddles. >> reporter: it is behind his office building, he knew the rain was coming, the volume of water that appeared so suddenly was still a surprise at least the water is staying in the creek for now. near rohnert park the creek made it over the the banks on to presley road crews were assessing the situation before dawn. petaluma river made a mess at stone any point road. bobby has a mobile home nearby with new floors. >> this water came up quick this morning we are hoping it stays where it is now so we don't get wet. >> reporter: plenty are watching and waiting as the drenching is not done yet. >> it is amazing amount of water in the time we had if we have three more days no way the
this weekend. engineers also walked off the job at that hospital and petaluma valley hospital. this video shows the nurses' last strike over a month ago. union workers are angry over proposed cuts to oncal and nightshift pay. hospital says it needs to reduce costs to pay for new technology and to get ready to implement the affordable care act in 2014. >>> san mateo county sheriff's offices are looking for a man who went missing in redwood city. 67-year-old kenneth morrison was last seen at cordilleras mental health system. he is described as 5-foot 7" and wearing 220 pounds with gray hair and a beard. the parents of a sebastopol teenager who died in peru says an autopsy has not resolved their questions about his deathsed death. a the teen's father tells the press democrat an autopsy recently conducted in sonoma county was inconclusive. results from test downs in peru are still pending. >>> new at 10 at a ceremony was held tote at petaluma city hall to rededicate a memorial to a slain 12-year-old girl. georgia lee moses was found stranged in petaluma back in 1997. a group of volunteers who never
towards 6:00 p.m., the future cast continues to show through santa rosa. 7:00 p.m., petaluma, and even san francisco. by 8:00 p.m., the north bay will be impacted. we will time it out on future cast and lingering showers. coming up with your 30 commute details. >> developing news on the east coast as clearing skies the first hand devastation of hurricane superstore sand superstore. more details on that, with the massive cleanup the super storm sandy with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this mountain, there's this huge coffee grinder. and then the coffee lands in this cup and water rushes through. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >> the cleanup from the super storm is only going to get worse this is from the mid jersey shore purifiers, and the death toll is over 40. this is from the jersey shore. experts predicted this could be one of the costliest deadlies-natural-disas with billions of dollars
the streets of petaluma. ann rubin is there where the parade featured an impressive flyover by vintage aircrafts. >> reporter: the parade actually began back in 1967 with three veterans walking the streets with the flag. it's now grown and organizers think more than 30,000 people showed up this year, the most they have ever had. [ applause ] >> reporter: hundreds lined the streets of petaluma to salute and thank their veterans. >> my brother is a marine. >> yes, we both support him. >> he just got back from afghanistan. >> reporter: from afghanistan and iraq, to world war ii, petaluma's parade featured veterans of all arizona and a flyover worthy of an air show. >> this is a great outlet for all of us. we come here and it's a huge kin hp. >> reporter: they say this day means the world. >> look at them here, they are so caring and crying and have tears for people. >> it really warms your heart and makes you appreciation your service. >> reporter: just down the tv the thoughts were with one army sergeant ho couldn't be here, her son. >> he is a lucky young man. >> reporter: in afg
its way through marin, south sonoma and also napa county. it has not stopped for petaluma, san rafael. we're looking at a lot of rainfall north of san francisco and oakland. lighter rainfall along 880. it's just now starting to rain in the south bay. we'll talk about how long this rain is going to last, coming up in the full forecast. >>> before all the rain, it was one for the record books. more than a million people jammed san francisco for today's parade of champions. >> the giants themselves were just as elated as the fans. >> congratulations, san francisco! we couldn't have done it without you guys. >> there's one simple thing with this team. it hasn't been talked about enough. and it was sacrifice. >> it was great. it turns out the parade had to make a last-second detour. linda yee gives us a look at the day. linda? >> reporter: ken, it was exactly seven nights ago tonight when the world series started. who would have thought that seven days later we'd be celebrating a championship parade? we did and it was some party. a million fans and their heroes. >> it's great for me to be
were transported by the petaluma paramedics to the petaluma hospital to be treated for hypothermia. everybody was talking and alert, and to the best of my knowledge, they were uninjured besides being in the water for an extended period of time. >> two adults were also rescued by helicopter while three others swam to shore. >>> today, thousands of would-be new york city marathon runners redirected their energy to help with the recovery of h hurricane sandy.ners today wearing backs s hit the road running to staten isla island. they delivered food and toilet paper and batteries and flashlights. most say they are happy that the race was cancelled. >> i don't know think that i would have felt good about it that people were suffering and cold and lost their homes. my goodness. >> i am glad i could come out here and the run was cancelled and willing to lend a hand to the folks in need. >> thousands more poured into new york city's central park to take part in an alternative marathon and organizer ers calld it run anyway, because a lot of people wanted to finish what they started. >>> we w
degrees. this is a typical high, not a temperature at midnight. san leandro, 59. petaluma, a little bit cooler at 52. now for tonight, look for clear skies, mild temperatures to continue. there could be some fog developing in the north bay valley, in petaluma, santa rose. now this is ground fog, fog right at the surface that could limit visibilities but it will be spotty and we'll see sunshine for the rest of the day. highs getting into the 80's in most locations. this warm weather is going to continue for tuesday as well, so two more days of this really nice summer-like weather. san francisco tomorrow, going up to 79 degrees. 80's for oakland. redwood city and san jose also. where you see the star, that means if we hit this temperature, it will be a record high for the day. all these numbers up about 3 or 4 degrees for our monday. satellite view shows clear skies northern california and we've been seeing winds out of the north. these winds come from the north and push all of the cool ocean air out over the ocean instead of them coming in over the bay area. and that's one of the reasons
. north of the golden gate. starting to get closer to san francisco. santa rosa into petaluma. looking at moderate rain. into the south bay. a stormy one for the west coast. let you know what it means for the plans. coming up in the few minutes. >> thank you, rob. not just another storm, people that live in a daly city neighborhood. hey, monte. >> coming by. and the stability of the hillside. they say they are ready to respond, if any more of the soil gives away. wa water crews are digging a ditch. bales of hay and mud on the ground. and any more than it already has. so much mud last tuesday. his son's car was totaled. he still has the doubts about the long term stability of the hillside. >> last fuse day. water main break. 98,000,000 gallons of water in the streets. part of the ground gave way. evacuated during the ordeal. just a matter of days ago. understandable why many residents. more wet weather on the way. >>> hi wind, waves, caused problem for a surfer at ocean beach the a call of want out for help, after a pair of surfers wiped out near the cliff house. one went missing. fire
to the south. it's going to mean heavy rainfall. today, rainfall totals nearly 2 inches in petaluma. over one anch in santa rose -- an inch of rain in santa rosa. gusts, 72 miles an hour in los gatos, 41 in sfo. the chance of rain is going to be in the north bay throughout tomorrow, but not until 10:00 will it extend to the rest of the bay area. we're going to time it out on futurecast coming up. >>> today's storm caused a few hundred outages, and they expect more this week. so pg&e is preparing for the next wave. here's video from the materials yard in the east bay. when the storms hit, workers will clock 16-hour days. >> storms are an "all hands on deck" situation. these storms can take out entire communities. >> this is the most rain i've seen all year come through here. >> when power lines go down, workers will first try and reroute the power, but it can take more time if the poles fall. >>> and long delays at sfo with some flights be canceled all together. delays due to weather are not uncommon at sfo due to the way the runways are set up. >> we are two, pushing three at this point. >> w
, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >> ama: petaluma got a one can week jump on veterans day today. the city held the annual parade, complete with bands, helicopters, and plenty of veterans. petaluma calls this the biggest veterans day parade in northern california. they had a great day for it. hi, leigh. >> leigh: a terrific weekend, warmer temperatures. behind me you can see from the east bay cam looking towards the west. san francisco, the bay bridge right there, and a few high clouds here and there. the live doppler 7hd picking up on a little bit of those clouds, sitting just off the coast. really, as we sweep live right now, we're seeing nothing but clear conditions across the bay area. here is a look at the current readings. still mild. 70s and 60s. '3 at antioch, 75 in river more, san rafael, still mild, 74. 59, san francisco, and check out half moon bay. limited clouds. no fog there. and you're still at 70 degrees. look at the forecast. we'll keep it clear overnight. may bring in a few clouds near the coast. get ready for a chance of record highs
violations. leave in petaluma, he found college students getting together for cocktails, and police getting together for a busy night. >> reporter: you can see behind me on this blackout wednesday, people are already out having a good time. we have a long ways to go. police are just hoping people don't party too much. >> these college age women are home for thanksgiving and are catching out over a drink called a swamp water. >> just back in town and hanging out. >> just a good feeling to come home. petaluma is a good town to come home to. >> the bars are just packed. i don't know why everyone wants to drink so much a night before eating a bunch of turkey. >> reporter: sometimes, the celebrations go too far. this was the scene two years ago. >> we had problems with bars overserving. young people, fights. you know, dui's. >> reporter: extra officers will be on the street tonight. police met with bar owners last week to make sure things don't spin out of control. >> once i get around 150, i'll close the doors up. kind of wait around the block there. >> will there be a line tonight? >> there wi
to new years for drunk driving violations. leave in petaluma, he found college students getting together for cocktails, and police getting together for a busy night. >> reporter: you can see behind me on this blackout wednesday, people are already out having a good time. we have a long ways to go. police are just hoping people don't party too much. >> these college age women are home for thanksgiving and are catching out over a drink called a swamp water. >> just back in town and hanging out. >> just a good feeling to come home. petaluma is a good town to come home to. >> the bars are just packed. i don't know why everyone wants to drink so much a night before eating a bunch of turkey. >> reporter: sometimes, the celebrations go too far. this was the scene two years ago. >> we had problems with bars overserving. young people, fights. you know, dui's. >> reporter: extra officers will be on the street tonight. police met with bar owners last week to make sure things don't spin out of control. >> once i get around 150, i'll close the doors up. kind of wait around the block there. >> will th
to veterans, ktvu's anne rubin was in petaluma where hundreds gathered to salute veterans. >> my brother is a marine. so we both support him. he just got back from afghanistan. >> reporter: from afghanistan to iraq to world war ii, petaluma honored veterans from everywhere. >> it's like a huge kinship. >> they say this day means the world. >> look at them here. they're just all caring, they're crying, they have tears for people. >> reallily warms your heart and makes you feel good for people. >> reporter: but just down the street, helena's thoughts were with his son who could not be here today. an iud claimed his left arm and both legs. sergeant molardo is now recovering at walter reed medical center. meanwhile his family is raising money for his future. there are many wounded warriors returning home. >> we have a lot of people coming home from service and they need more than thanks. they need a good job and they need your understanding out in the community. >> they should look out for all of their veterans. >> and not just today, they hope this good will will be extended. >> i thank th
of and i started to see rainfall icahn in petaluma. it did not start until 49 -- got. petaluma, hillsborough and that is one that started around 3:30. and i set up here perhaps around 4:00 p.m. let me show you one more thing to confirm that there is rainfall there are puddles heelsburg.. our team coverage the rainfall is not making things easier for travelers. dan kerman is live at s f o. there have been delays. >> at this point there are still some delays but the security lines are small. not that mantravelers- today. but i would say that before 3:00 p.m. most flights were delayed. there rain and clouds were not a welcome sight for travelers going out of s f o on this tuesday before and giving. >> i was going to try to go to medford, oregon. and we were told that it is canceled and we might not be able to get on another flight for another couple of days. >> connecting los angeles flight but it has been delayed for three hours. when we got there, las vegas 2 el paso will be gone. >> at least a couple of delays with these long lines at southwest. >> are you getting taking this i
. the damage is done. we have see a tremendous amount of rainfall and flooding in petaluma along the creek there penngrove, expected to flood this morning. flood warnings are up there. we could see more of that on the way not only today but into the weekend as we have more storms lining up. in fact, it looks like this one may slow down a little bit. look at this little wave of energy develop on the back side to enhance the moisture. it's going to focus a little further to the south throughout the morning before we start to see a break. we'll have more on that and let you know more coming up. >> it's been a horrible commute so far this morning. our biggest problem is a power outage on bay area bridges including the lights out as you can see right now at the bay bridge. looks like they were able to get some on approaching the pay gates at the bay bridge toll plaza. but all across the span on the upper and lower decks, it's completely dark as you can see from this live look. this is a view from our roof camera on the top of the cbs 5 headquarters at broadway and battery. so right now the big
mentioned the possibility of flooding in petaluma. they are seeing very heavy downpours right now. expecting some flooding along the penngrove stream there. so that's expected to rise as more of that water comes down the hill so some very stormy weather there. mill valley a strong cell headed there. flash flood watches up for much of the bay area. they have been extended for the weekend. we have a lot more rain to come. we'll have more on that coming up in just a few minutes. >> if you can leave later for your morning commute, gosh, it is just a mess in a lot of spots all across the bay area. use mass transit. one of our biggest hot spots now continues to be the area around the dublin interchange. you can actually see on our camera those flashing lights. that's all lanes blocked on westbound 580 approaching 680 near the dublin interchange. some traffic is able to squeeze by on the right-hand shoulder but we have seen backups since early this morning after this big rig accident happened. let's go to our maps for the drive time across the stretch more than 20 minutes. 23 minutes between the al
of it was in the north bay. petaluma and santa rosa are drying out. the heavy rain has pushed its way east. we are seeing it for concord, walnut creek. particularly heavy over highway 24. around the bay area and will show you what it is like in your neighborhood. storm tracker for turning attention to the north bay. san rafeal on the yellow heading rain expected now. 101 approaching that 580 split. there also seem pretty heavy rain for sir francis drake boulevard. could run into the potential for flooding on surface streets. heavy rain and the sausalito area. parts of san francisco ticket bad driving conditions along drake boulevard. we have a lot of debris spread across the street. martin luther king jr. drive is pretty bad. allow yourself extra time rain was coming down last night in fact, rainfall rates or up to about one- third of an inch for parts of the north bay per hour. we are seeing heavy rain slow traffic highway 4 martinez. 242 recovered. walnut creek is coming down heavy as we take the street you. upper havehappy valley road dealing with heavy rain. the rain continues heavily as you approach
area of rainfall is now over highway 101 in petaluma with rainfall with .18 of an inch. if you're heading to the north bay, take it very slow. now we bring you to the daily city mud slide. this area is super vulnerable. we could see another 3/4 to 1 inch of rain in the next 24 hours. winds may gust from 20 to 30 miles per hour. all residents should stay alert. crews are working on it. mother nature is unfortunately in control. we'll have the timing on the second storm system coming up in a few minutes. >> jeff, thank you. vulnerable is the key word. we highlighted the neighborhood. this is where we join marian. they're prepared for a possible mud slide. what exactly are they doing? >> reporter: well, neighbors have been out here hosing off their cars. some have gotten some sand bags. mostly they're closely watching the mud slide behind me. they're hoping the hay bale wall will keep the mud from their homes. that was then, this is now. on tuesday a 1930 city pipe burst sending nearly 98,000 gallons of water down the hillside. she was trejing through three feet of mud. >> i saw t
a half inch in yu kaia. towards petaluma avenue, moderate to heavy down pours right now. temperatures at this hour comfortable. numbers into upper 50s to mid-60s. cloud cover. and the rain. here is the forecast. rainy night, showers will linger into tomorrow morning and then it's going to be sunny, warmer for weekend. here is a look at storm on satellite and radar. you can see moisture associated with it. this is a warm storm. this cold front will continue to spread the rain. so not terribly windy. here is the animation. 7:00 tonight we see rain. it's starting to push down towards san francisco. sock p.m. it's coming through the heart of the bay area. into 5:00 a.m. slick roadways that may slow you down. showers wind down. rainfall totals with this system loork r look like this. a quarter half an inch to the peninsula. same thing for the north bay. it tapers heading to the south bay. snow levels going to be high. speaking of moisturing, temperatures in the 50s. make sure you have umbrellas. it will be on the cool side in the afternoon, 60s to 70s. around the bay temperatures in the 60
training personnel. the chef school in petaluma. the u.s. coast guard is a service of less than 50,000, the size of a new york city police department. the public safety and security are always major concerns for the coast guard. while some coast guard men and men will celebrate in fleet week, most will be on duty performing their job protecting the public, and the environment in and around san francisco. with partnership with state and local partners. we recognize the services of the fleet week members, past and present. ladies and gentlemen, you will witness sailors and marines on the decks of their ship in their uniforms. this is manning the rails and one of the oldest traditions from hundreds of years ago. today members are stationed along the rail to honor ceremonies. the most common is visiting a port not recently visitd and home, departing for or returning from a visit. this started in 1908 when the great white fleet visited this city. in 1981, dyane finestein started fleet week. it remains a grand celebration with the parade of ships. today, san francisco fleet week serves a
anglers club raised the eggs from petaluma was about to release the young fish but remember vandals broke in and sent the salmon on their way. this year they are back invited for tomorrow's show. >>> and they are saying he deserved to be honored. >>> there is a fire and we will have more on when firefighters expect to have that fire fully contained. . >>> footage from the sonoma county shows waves crashing over the boat. it overturned sunday with two people on board. two people game trapped and one of the toughest moments was rescuing a father who didn't want to leave his children. they had to cut a hole in the boats hull. >>> and battling a 350-acre fire, it started at the pass on interstate 15 in san bernardino county. road closures started at about noon and lasted for most of the noon yesterday. you can see the smoke which is 10% contained and they expect to have it fully contained by tonight. >>> he is being honored for keeping his passenger safe while his bus was set on fire. he thenee rack waited his bus after somebody started smashing its windows and police are looking for the two
sunny conditions for east bay shoreline. downtown san francisco 61 degrees. upper 50s or petaluma and a bottle. 58 if you are heading to ocean beach. your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast wet weather on the way you can see by thursday we will see more in the way by cloud cover. friday may have light rain. looks like the chance sticks around for saturday and we may see heavy rain as we head into the weekend. >> grocery store workers are back on the picket line after the chain resumed negotiations with the employees' union. the agreement--store employees say they will--they are trying to reach a deal on health care and retiree benefits. >> i will not go back to work until this is settled. i will have to support my team members and myself. >> several customers are supporting these workers. they have agreed not to cross the picket line. >> san francisco police have met a third arrest connected to the destruction of a muni bus after the world series victory. adam diaz was a book on suspicion of damaging a transit vehicle. two other men have been arrested in connection with the atta
you appreciate your service. >> and the petaluma lost potential hands and legs. he is recovering at walter reid medical center. >>> they stepped off the cutter into waiting arms, the home port. the crew members were gone for five months. they provided security in the arctic circle and their next mission is in more. just did our website www.ktvu.com and scroll down -- just go to our website www.ktvu.com and scroll down to the video player. >>> mayor jean quan is sponsoring an event that runs until 3:30 this afternoon. it will be held at the east convention center in the hall, and wells fargo will have to work out else challenges. >>> 450s, a well come flight. and alex smith suffered a concussion against the team's high against the rams. . >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. federal investigators are trying to figure out what caused a small plane to crash killing two people on board. it was traveling into nebraska when it went down. one was a doctor in springfield, missouri and the other was his father who was a well-known businessman from omaha. >>> the sierra has
. temperatures relatively mild in the 50s for san francisco, berkeley. san jose, it is cooler in petaluma at 45. for tonight, look for this coastal fog to continue to press into the bay. and the valley for the east bay valleys and patchy, dense fog that could produced visibility by sunrise. for tomorrow, clouds clearing. mostly sunny for the afternoon not quite as warm but all in all a nice day. monday looks similar. with afternoon conditions a weather system pushing into the northern portion of the state. this is really starting to fall apart but it will increase the onshore wind. with temperatures down a few degrees and futurecast. midnight. there is that tail end of the system and the high clouds beginning to spill into the bay area. we will also have some low clouds at the coast and the bay. for the afternoon most of those clouds are gone and we will enjoy mostly sunny skies. temperatures starting off in the upper 30's and low 40's. 40's and 50's with the bay side. mid 40's and for the afternoon, mostly sunny for the santa clara valley. 60s and nearly seven the in some spots with clouds in
after the hour. it is almost an inch and a half and an inch in fort brag. petaluma 33 quarters and two continues, that is -- there is not much and temperatures are near 60 degrees. our system moves through and this will ride up and over and clip us. maybe to the north but there is radar beams, still some santa clara valley closer to the radar beams, and it ends up being this friday and next friday and it will be warmer early next week. pam, dave? >>> four people were shot at usc, it happened at a halloween party, we wi tell you what may have triggered that and also about the lockdown. >>> people are remembering a popular oakland business owner, we will tell you what they had had say. >>> give yourself some extra time driving into downtown san jose. . >>> welcome back to the news news, there he is -- ktvu channel 2 morning news, there he is president barack obama is right on cue. this is the base in maryland, president barack obama is getting ready to head out to wisconsin, the first of three campaign stops and he will also campaign in nevada and colorado and he is resuming after cancel
commute. petaluma, san antonio road right in this area, that's real rain. as a matter of fact we can check out the rain fall rates in this and that's coming in about almost four tenths an inch an hour so that is very well. if you've been in the richmond district or pardon me with the marina district you can see that you've got a few showers showing up there and as we work our way a little bit further south san jose saying what's the big deal we're wet down here but not see ago ton of rain. so the rain is coming um. there's more rain in the forecast as we go into tonight and as we go into the weekend. when i come back we'll have that, the latest computer model and your five-day forecast. >>> storm watch coverage continues now as the rain is expected to intense fie in the coming hours. he is live now just off of interstate 101. eric, is it tough getting around right now. >> it certainly is. now, you can actually see the traffic behind me on northbound 101. not so bad at this point. i can tell you a little bit south of here, we have seen slow traffic and a little problem here on the onramp is
patrol vehicle up near petaluma. we understand he is being examined at the moment, but they do not fear that he has any major injuries. live in marine county, abc7 news. >> that's good to hear. sergio, thank you very much. it should be a rainy night in the sierra. you can see the roads are slick with rain. right now there are no traffic warnings if you are headed to tahoe. temperatures will be above freezing as high as 7500 feet. as sandy can tell us it will change when the temperatures are expected to drop in the sierra. >>> wree learning more about the -- we are learning more about the man arrested. the security administration believed the man tried to pass bomb materials through security. abc7 news reporter h ama date is live with what we learned about the suspect. >> reporter: jeffrey mcgann is being held in the santa resaw jail. it is to make a destructive device. he says what he was carrying through the airport was something very different. abc7 news has learned 49-year-old jeffrey mcgann told investigators he was an artist and carrying art work through oakland international airpo
officer did roll his patrol vehicle up near petaluma. we understand he is being examined at the moment, but they do not fear that he has any major injuries. live in marine county, abc7 news. >> that's good to hear. sergio, thank you very much. it should be a rainy night in the sierra. you can see the roads are slick with rain. right now there are no traffic warnings if you are headed to tahoe. temperatures will be above freezing as high as 7500 feet. as sandy can tell us it will change when the temperatures are expected to drop in the sierra. >>> wree learning more about the -- we are learning more about the man arrested. the security administration believed the man tried to pass bomb materials through security. abc7 news reporter h ama date is live with what we learned about the suspect. >> reporter: jeffrey mcgann is being held in the santa resaw jail. it is to make a destructive device. he says what he was carrying through the airport was something very different. abc7 news has learned 49-year-old jeffrey mcgann told investigators he was an artist and carrying art work through oakla
exception. we just learned that a chp officer did roll his patrol vehicle up near petaluma. we understand he is being examined at the moment, but they do not fear that he has any major injuries. live in marine county, abc7 news. >> that's good to hear. sergio, thank you very much. it should be a rainy night in the sierra. you can see the roads are slick with rain. right now there are no traffic warnings if you are headed to tahoe. temperatures will be above freezing as high as 7500 feet. as sandy can tell us it will change when the temperatures are expected to drop in the sierra. >>> wree learning more about the -- we are learning more about the man arrested. the security administration believed the man tried to pass bomb materials through security. abc7 news reporter h ama date is live with what we learned about the suspect. >> reporter: jeffrey mcgann is being held in the santa resaw jail. it is to make a destructive device. he says what he was carrying through the airport was something very different. abc7 news has learned 49-year-old jeffrey mcgann told investigators he was an artist and
makovec, cbs 5. >>> last night heavy rain caused an accident with a cruiser in petaluma. the crash happened around 10:00 on 101 near the west railroad avenue exit. the squad car was found upside- down and was heavily damaged. no one was injured. >>> so far, so good in the daly city neighborhood on edge about the rain. no evidence of any further mud slides after the area was heavily damaged by a massive water leak. tuesday's pipe break gouged out a hillside and left the neighborhood covered in mud. a storm drain disappeared under the mud and they hope the rain had run off into the drain and out of area. >>> we are in a break between storms. roberta says there's more rain on the way. roberta. >> we're firing up our live high-def doppler radar. we are beginning to see the leading edge of this second system as it plows into the northern portion of our district. you can see by the shades of yellow this is a higher concentration of moderate rainfall that we're seeing around highway 101 through winthrop at this particular time. from you in santa rosa these cells will be -- if you are in s
... not until a ground 2:45 the petaluma started picking up. until 3:15 it kept reading and it is still raining. around 4:00 p.m. it has been raining all evening there is times when it will let up for a little bit but for the most part a steady downpour in sonoma county. it has kept-raining and training. - it has been raining in trading -- with italy's s f o. scott i can tell you that oakland and san jose are not experiencing any delays. however, at s f o it is quiet. but earlier, as the airport travelers were seeing plenty of canceled flights. it is the heart of the travel season at s f o and for some it has been a breeze. >> it is been excellent, going well and things are cool. >> according to aaa 1.2 million travelers are expected to go to the airport this holiday. that is up by 3%. however, to combine those with weather issues, that has put their holiday plans in jeopardy. >> we tolwere told that-it was going to be canceled and it might not be for another couple of days. >> at least two hours to portland, nebraska. >> with at least one hour to nebraska. >> now, we are getting moved from bli
. the north bay ride picks up a little bit of slowing. the drive time is still under 25 minutes. petaluma traffic is still fog is in very heavy this morning. >> we are back to work and back to the fall. you cannot see much and the visibility is down to zero. this is just a test of democracy all right around the san francisco airport. the dense advisory is stretching down to the sampras's go bay. this will expire about 9:00 a.m. or later on this morning. all this fall is impacting the bay area and we will see partial clearing at about 9:00 a.m.. >> it is pretty cold outside it is 39 degrees in san mateo and as we take a look at afternoon high it looks like everyone will be in the sixties or sixties. castro valley and danville are coming at 64 degrees and we will turn our attention to the north bay. it just depends on whether not the fault will lift. petaluma could be is 59 degrees and your kron 47 day around the bay for care shows that rain will lot rides by wednesday morning and it may be a potential mass the commute. there are multiple storms as we wrap up the work week and hence of the
pause in the wet weather? >>jacqueline: tonight we did see 1 in. in petaluma and a santa rosa. and others such as palo alto, a unit city did also sees some of their total secured union city, concord and rainfall totals did not disappoint. los gatos, with 72 m.p.h.! and the wind speed it totals it did not disappoint. the rainfall has dried up but more on the heels of the next storm with the tail and an existing two sub-tropical moisture. we will time it out on futurecast >>pam: in national news.. the army private accused of leaking sensitive u-s documents to the web site wikileaks ... was back in court. bradley manning is facing a number of charges, including aiding the enemy ... and wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the internet. manning's lawyers are trying to get those charges thrown out, by saying he was mistreated at the brig in virginia... by being forced to stand outside his cell naked during roll call. today, during a officer in charge of that facility sai, d the nudity was manning's choice. manning is expected to testify later this week.. he face
at 1.6 inches. let's head outside to laura anthony to see how people in petaluma are getting ready. >> it's raining very lightly here at the moment. as the next cells move into the area, there are plenty of nervous people especially those who have seen high water here before. carol patterson is looking through clippings from the big flood of 1982 the one that washed through the leisure lake mobile home park. they manage the park and they hope that history doesn't repeat itself. >> if we have a high tide, rains like ten inches or more and high tide and it goes over the berm and pumpkin patch and we have a problem. >> thanks to some improvements over the years they are confident the park won't flood but it could become an island. that is why they have stocked up on blankets and back-up pump and generateders if needed. its laugh against the clock and weather in petaluma. a business that has flooded twice in eight years. >> it all starts to pour in like a pool and goes under the doors and mud comes through and floors are covered, sometimes a few inches and sometimes a couple feet. >> w
, petaluma and offshore. still, some lighter showers north of the golden gate bridge will pick up. and most of the rainfall is missing us but the tail end of this is rather expensive. you can see that it is across the california well offshore. this is the cold front that will be moving in, overnight. it is funneling moisture. it will continue and move slower than what we saw yesterday. by 10:00 p.m., mainly concentrated towards the north bay. and here comes that cold front with the orange band that you see. it is racing through the north bay as we go towards 8:00 p.m. just north of the golden gate starting to see some moderate rainfall. it will press south of the golden gate. hayward, redwood city, heavy wind and associated winds. that rainfall will still be down near san jose and the el diablo range but it will be accepting it. still, some residual showers. by 5:00 p.m., spotty showers will remain and even by the midnight hours. the chances of showers are run the bay area. as i mentioned, it is a slow-moving storm. we will have more rainfall than what we saw yesterday that futurecast span
of the tunnel. this was overflowing and they issued a flood warning in petaluma. >> livermore at interstate 580 is a tough commute. if you can just imagine what the rain is doing here. the main front is passing through and we're starting to see some clearing. this flood watches in effect for the next 15 minutes periods >. this is a pretty slow moving system and i do not believe that it will be going anywhere anytime soon. the heaviest rain will be with us for the next few hours. the showers should taper off as we go into afternoon. >> heavy rain as you can see on your screen is in walnut creek stretching down to highway 24. for you that are traveling to union city is not too bad. there is some light rain for surface streets for the east bay interior valleys. there is light ran for petaluma. it looks like just like mine for san francisco and the heaviest rain is in east san jose. the showers are really coming down and they're coming down really strong. the rain fall rates were up and they have picked up in some spots along with the rain we are dealing with strong winds. fairfield had wins up to
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